Emphasis can be achieved through different sizes, bold shapes, groupings, and the unusual or unexpected.— Landscape Rules (@LandscapeRules) March 11, 2018
Attention landscape architecture students! ASLA is looking for a Communications Intern this summer. https://t.co/Nq5y2vj0VM— Karen T. Grajales (@grajalesASLA) March 9, 2018
Gardens cannot be considered in detachment from the people who made them. - Derek Clifford— How to Plant (@HowToPlant) March 3, 2018
Has your farm been in your family since Dec. 31, 1918? Apply by May 15 for prestigious Missouri Century Farm recognition! https://t.co/rDr1rUAqhe #MUEXT101 #TBT #centuryfarm #100years pic.twitter.com/rFPmTABpKC— MU Extension (@MUExtension) March 1, 2018
On this day in 1649, King Charles I was beheaded in London. Read about English music in this time of treasons, stratagems and spoils https://t.co/uO7vCZ2als— Corymbus (@Corymbus) January 30, 2018
"Uniformity is the worst thing when creating a care environment. Way-finding is incredibly important. Make outdoor spaces easy to get around. Include interesting and meaningful paths, handrails, plenty of seating and evening lighting." - @anniepollock4 #LICPDday— Landscape Institute (@talklandscape) January 30, 2018
In a recent article I said I would write about rosemary and lavender. It seemed a nice, warm summery subject to introduce on a wintry day when it is hard to believe that one’s garden will ever look like a garden again. https://t.co/bd2Ey7Ao0c pic.twitter.com/W2jR28jAqc— Vita Sackville-West (@thegardenvsw) January 30, 2018
Students of Tropical Agriculture Sciencies now also grow and sell #Poinsettia at the University of Hawaii (USA). 'University of Hawaii Poinsettia Production.' @ctahrces100 @ASHS_Hort https://t.co/NUxWxQ8Ygi— Landscape-Agrolinker (@agri_landscapes) January 30, 2018
Variety is diversity and contrast in form, texture, and color preventing monotony.— Landscape Rules (@LandscapeRules) January 30, 2018
#Scents & #flavors are often part of the #landscape viewing experience. #Petricor, F.i., is the scent of the earth in the wet landscape.— Landscape-Agrolinker (@agri_landscapes) January 19, 2018
Some people (Asian forest-hunter populations) are more able to identify odors than colors, according to @newscientist https://t.co/yv0vrACAV5
This is an abandoned privately owned barn in the middle of our fields, needless to say the wind is spreading this lot everywhere. Any ideas of what to do? pic.twitter.com/bmacbEkIIZ— Beeston Hall Salers (@rachelhallos) January 9, 2018
Tenant farmer @rachelhallos has no one to turn over this #flytipping hell. Once again, the farmer has to pay the penalty. Totally unfair. https://t.co/a7MRuSZpxS #CLA #StopTheBlot #ruralcrime #farmcrime #Yorkshire— Farmers Weekly (@FarmersWeekly) January 12, 2018
A properly-designed rain garden can filter one inch of rainfall in four hours. https://t.co/98MZnQ07Jg— American Society of Landscape Architects (@NationalASLA) January 1, 2018
VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED....SHEEP ATTACK.— RuralCrimeTeam™ (@NWPRuralCrime) January 4, 2018
We are appealing to the public after today's sheep attack on the Gt Orme, Llandudno.
Distinctive 3 dogs with bright different colour bright harnesses.
Owner on top walks away we think.
Sheep has survived so far.
Need your help...101 pic.twitter.com/JL8IebZCPf
I think the important thing is that we all make an active attempt to cut down on our plastic in the garden. It is likely to involve uncomfortable compromises but any reduction will make a real difference.— Monty Don (@TheMontyDon) January 4, 2018
Low scale is relaxing and calming. It is used in the home landscape to give a feeling of peace and relaxation.— Landscape Rules (@LandscapeRules) December 31, 2017
At a time when #Wilderness and #wildlife are under pressures from increasing populations, growing mechanization and a rapidly changing #climate, the last thing Wilderness needs is to be invaded by bikes. Please TAKE ACTION: https://t.co/em5VFrc8tyhttps://t.co/I1hIFD5XyP— Wilderness Watch (@WildernessWatch) December 28, 2017
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